How do find documents and settings?

  Molly_Don 19:02 10 Aug 2010
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Following on from this thread click here

Can anyone please tell me how I get to this location

\Documents and Settings\ user name>\Application Data\OpenOffice.org\#\user\

I've opened "My Documents" but cannor see settings.

  Furkin 19:28 10 Aug 2010

Mine's on the c\ drive.

I click on My Computer > Local Drive C: & there it is.

I don't know if a Search would help, in case yours isn't set up like mine.

Start > Search. Type in Documents and Settings for drive C: (that's if your main drive is 'C'. If not, type in the main drive letter).

Good Luck

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 19:33 10 Aug 2010

Its not under My documents

Use My Computer Epand the C Drive and then expand documents and settings to get to the correct folder.

If yor using XP make sure View hidden files and folders is ticked if Vista or Windows 7 you will need administrator privileges.

  woodchip 19:57 10 Aug 2010

Press Windows Key Plus E you will see it in the root list under C:\

  Molly_Don 14:05 11 Aug 2010

Hi

Sorry for the delay in replying, I work nights.

I think I've managed to do it and renamed the folder.

As per instructions in the original thread, I've reinstalled OO but at "Unpack" stage a pop up window saying "The same version is installed"

Finally, I've un/reinstalled OO, and it's still corrupted

Any help please?

  gengiscant 15:12 11 Aug 2010

Try using this to completely remove Open Office before attempting to reinstall.
click here

  Molly_Don 16:06 11 Aug 2010

Hi geng

That link don't work

  gengiscant 17:02 11 Aug 2010
  Molly_Don 18:16 11 Aug 2010

Hi gent

Thanks for your advice, I uninstalled OO, used CC, then the link above (brother) rebooted the comp, reinstalled OO and yet still it's corrupted, not sure what else I can do.

  gengiscant 09:52 12 Aug 2010

What error messages are you getting? Exact wording please.

  Molly_Don 13:10 12 Aug 2010

Everytime I try and close OO, this keeps happening: [IMG]click here[/IMG]

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